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Numbers in Tuwali Ifugao

How to count in Tuwali Ifugao, a variety of Ifugao, a Philippine language spoken mainly in Ifugao province in Luzon in the Philippines.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 oha mamangulu
2 duwa mikadwa
3 tulu mikadlu
4 opat mikap-at
5 lima  
6 onom  
7 pitu  
8 walu  
9 hiyam  
10 himpulu, pulu  
11 himpulut oha  
12 himpulut duwa  
13 himpulut tulu  
14 himpulut opat  
15 himpulut lima  
16 himpulut onom  
17 himpulut pitu  
18 himpulut walu  
19 himpulut hiyam  
20 duwampulu  
21 duwampulut oha  
22 duwampulut duwa  
23 duwampulut tulu  
24 duwampulut opat  
25 duwampulut lima  
26 duwampulut onom  
27 duwampulut pitu  
28 duwampulut walu  
29 duwampulut hiyam  
30 natulu, tulumpulu  
40 na-pat  
50 nalima  
60 nan-om  
70 napitu  
80 nawalu  
90 nahiyam  
100 hinggatut  
1,000 hinlibu  
once maminghan  
twice mamidwa  
thrice mamitlu  
four times mamimpat  
five times maminlima  

Sources:
- A phrase book for Ifugao compiled by Mary Morado, SIL 1976
- Tuwali Ifugao Dictionary: http://tuwali-ifugao.webonary.org/browse/browse-english-vernacular/

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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